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After restoring the iPad, did you try installing the QuickOffice app from the App store again?
What method did you use to make the full backup of the iPad?
Ok, so you have a full backup available.
Have you tried to recover the documents from the iTunes backup file?
Ok, let me check if the other techs have any idea on this...
Hi, I just wanted to chime in and say that there are programs out there that will recover information from iTunes backups. These are programs that you would have to pay for which can range from $30-$60. There is a chance that it may be difficult to find the exact files right away but with some digging i'm sure you'll eventually find it. There are programs listed here in this link. I hope it helps.
FYI those programs will also dig through an iCloud backup as well.
Hi! I am Justin. Let me take a chance to look over your question. If you have any additional details please type it in and hit the reply to expert button.I see you have been working with Danny. Let me dig in to everything you have discussed and see if I have a solution.
Regardless of OS version the application would be in purchases and could be downloaded to this device, but it is likely that the original version of the application did not store the files in Core Data. Instead it was synced with the computer or a cloud service like Google Drive. With that being said you could try to downloaded it from purchased and then sync, but to be honest from my experience while I worked for Apple there were certain Applications that did not back up through typical backing up methods. They required manual sync through iTunes due to the nature of the way the designer set the application up. I know this is probably not what you want to hear, but it is the truth of the matter.
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